I am a first generation immigrant who practices as a solicitor during the day and in my spare time volunteer with organisations that are devoted to assisting diverse and disadvantaged peoples. When I’m not busy collecting university degrees, I write and speak about the things I am passionate about, namely social and civic justice, law reform, and understanding the immigrant experience. At any other time, I’m a self professed amateur gardener, polyglot, baker, and traveller in search of good (great) coffee, public debates, and ideas.
How do we explain the paralysis and social anxiety young people feel coming out of a world quiet pandemic and into an information saturated world? And how can we change the way that we see that uncertainty as a way of dreaming into existence in a world where young people are equipped to make bold, innovative choices?